IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society

11 - 12 November 2015, Dublin, Ireland

Practitioner and Oral Presentation Submission

The conference language is English. Practitioner or Oral presentations do not require a full paper.

These 15 minute oral presentations (with PowerPoint) should focus on sharing insight, experiences and lessons learnt. Presentations or workshops related to the following topics are particularly welcome

- eAgriculture/mAgriculture

- eHealth/mHealth

- eGovernment/mGovernment

- Future Internet and Smart Cities

- ICT4D and Humanitarian Engineering

- Professional and Research Ethics related challenges, issues and case studies

- Technology Enhanced Learning

Please note that this call is to facilitate presenters who missed the Call for Papers and who are not already in the Preliminary Programme. Each presenter can present one paper or Practitioner Presentation or Oral Presentation in the Programme.

Steps to Submit a Practitioner or Oral Presentation

This form is only for authors wishing to submit a Practitioner or Oral Presentation for consideration for including in the IEEE ISTAS 2015 Final Programme.

1. Please ensure that your one A4 page proposal addresses the following points

- Abstract (Summarise key points to be addressed in your presentation

- Introduction (Justification/Rationale and Purpose of activity/project/research)

- Methodology (e.g. characteristics of target population, how was data collected)

- Results (e.g. Analysis conducted and findings)

- Discussion (identify most interesting findings, provide an explanation/rationale)

- Implications (e.g. how will findings help others, what should future work in this area do)

- Conclusions (e.g. Why is this work important, key lessons learnt, actionable recommendations)

2. All Practitioner or Oral Presentation submissions are double blind reviewed by members of the International Programme Committee (IPC). Please ensure there are no contact details within the text of your submission (Word document, .doc 2000-2003), the properties of the file or the file name prior to uploading it onto the server.

3. To submit Practitioner or Oral Presentations, please click on New User and complete your contact details. The server will issue you with a username and password by e-mail to allow you to access your personal page.

4. Upon completion of your details, you will automatically be redirected to the Practitioner and Oral Presentation submission form where you will enter your presentation title, co-authors (if any) and the relevant classification (paper type and thematic classification).

5. Upon upload of your presentation proposal, the server will issue an automated acknowledgement of receipt by e-mail.

6. You can review the presentation proposal submitted via your personal page and update and resubmit it up to the deadline of 14 September. Each submission receives a unique reference number. Please submit updated versions by clicking on the Resubmit link beside the link in the Paper Details section on your personal page. Previous versions of your presentation proposal are automatically overwritten when a new version is saved, with the last version received before the deadline reviewed. Please note that once the presentation proposal has been allocated to the IPC for review, it is no longer possible to resubmit it.

7. Please note that this call is to facilitate presenters who missed the Call for Papers and who are not already in the Preliminary Programme. Each presenter can present one paper or Practitioner Presentation or Oral Presentation in the Programme.

8. Please note the Organising Committee will only communicate with the author who submitted the presentation proposal.